yeast-like fungus

yeast-like fungus
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  • Yeast — A group of single celled fungi that reproduce by budding. Most yeast are harmless (some are used in baking and brewing). Yeast is commonly present on normal human skin and in areas of moisture, such as the mouth and vagina, usually without… …   Medical dictionary

  • fungus — fungic /fun jik/, adj. funguslike, adj. /fung geuhs/, n., pl. fungi /fun juy, fung guy/, funguses, adj. n. 1. any of a diverse group of eukaryotic single celled or multinucleate organisms that live by decomposing and absorbing the organic… …   Universalium

  • Thermally dimorphic fungus — Dimorphic fungi are fungi that can reproduce as either a mycelial or a yeast like state. Generally the mycelial saprotrophic form grows at 25° C, and the yeast like pathogenic form at 37° C. Dimorphism is extremely important in the identification …   Wikipedia

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  • Aureobasidium pullulans — Scientific classification Kingdom: Fungi Phylum …   Wikipedia

  • candidiasis —    Generally, a disorder caused by Candida (Monilia) albicans. This is a common yeast like fungus found in the mouth, vagina, and rectum, as well as on the outside skin. It is a common cause of thrush in infants and vaginal yeast infections. In… …   Herbal-medical glossary

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  • Otto Busse — Otto Emil Franz Ulrich Busse (December 6, 1867 – February 3, 1922) was a German pathologist. Busse was born in Belgard, Pomerania, Prussia (today Białogard, Poland) and studied medicine at the University of Greifswald, and subsequently became an… …   Wikipedia

  • Xerophile — Xerophiles are extremophilic organisms that can grow and reproduce in conditions with a low availability of water, also known as water activity. Water activity (aw) is a measure of the amount of water within a that an organism can use to support… …   Wikipedia

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